Kitchen Stories will showcase both chefs style of cooking, highlighting signature dishes.
The duo have created a four-course tasting menu, showcasing the best seasonal products Britain has to offer.
Skeet has previously worked under Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Wareing and Tom Aikens before becoming head chef at Michelin-starred restaurant, Hedone in Chiswick, London.
Chef restaurateur Jason Atherton has announced a stellar line up of guest chefs, including former bosses Pierre Koffmann and Stephen Terry, for a day of charity lunches in aid of Hospitality Action.
Atherton’s current six-strong portfolio of London restaurants will take part on 7 June, with the ambition of raising more than £60,000 for the industry charity.
New outpost Social Wine & Tapas will also take part with head chef Frankie Van Loo offering diners a sneak preview, with wines matched by executive group sommelier Laure Patry, before the restaurant opens to the public the following day,
Atherton’s forthcoming Japanese restaurant Sosharu, expected to launch in Clerkenwell this autumn, will also be previewed with head chef Alex Craciun serving 24 guests in the private dining room of City Social.
Koffmann (Koffmann’s) will join Atherton at his flagship Michelin-starred restaurant Pollen Street Social where the pair will recreate some of Koffmann’s classic dishes, while Terry (the Hardwick) will travel from Abergavenny to cook alongside fellow Welshman Phil Carmichael at Berners Tavern at the London Edition hotel for the one-day event.
Lee Westcott will be joined at Typing Room, at the Town Hall hotel in Bethnal Green, by Tom Aikens (Tom’s Kitchen), who gave him his first job at the age of 16, and at Michelin-starred City Social, Paul Walsh will partner with Ollie Dabbous (Dabbous).